Yesterday there were two meetings for public comments on the scope of the Environmental Impact Statement for the “Mankato-Mississippi River” transmission project, a/k/a “Wilmarth-North Rochester-Tremval.” First meeting was in Mankato, second in Waterville (the road to the school was no longer flooded).

Comments on scope of EIS are due August 1. Send to:

Here’s the powerpoint presented at the meeting:

I’ve reposted the full application here:

FYI, the Wilmarth – Mississippi Application!

The NoCapX 2020 and Prehn Family comments filed in April point out issues they’d best investigate:

The thing that struck me most about this application is that one of the routes proposed was to go right over the CenterPoint natural gas dome! There was nothing about it. Not a word! And CenterPoint did not know, at least those at the pumping station and water treatment plant on Hwy. 13! We learned that during a tour of the area, rough mapping the wells and monitoring stations:

And today — oh, better get packed and over to the first meeting:

Be there or be square!!

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